The idea of syncing your Google Chrome experience across various devices isn't new, but that doesn't make it any less useful. Now Google is taking that syncing experience a step further with a new game called Chrome World Wide Maze.
Android Authority On Air – Episode 55 – Samsung Galaxy S4 Launch Event After Show
This week's Android Authority On Air episode followed the official Samsung Unpacked 2013 event in New York City. Naturally, we devoted a good portion of the show to the next Galaxy. Besides the latest and greatest from Samsung, we also discussed a few juicy tidbits of information surrounding the whole Google ecosystem.
In a blog post released about an hour ago, Larry Page, CEO of Google, announced that Andy Rubin would no longer be heading up Android. Sundar Pichai will be taking his place. That’s big news, on a big day, in a big way.
Chrome has you covered, wants to become your sole gateway to the web
There is a line of code present in Chrome that mentions Android, lending credence to the panic. Google is saying nothing, as usual, so we’re still left to wonder why that statue is there, and what (if anything) it means.
Chrome is getting smarter, could point out noisy browser tabs soon
In Google's latest Chromium build, an EQ animation will play over a tab's favicon to show the system that the tab is actively running. It works as a safeguard so those tabs won't get trashed when the system is low on memory.
The premium Chromebook Pixel was an exciting announcement for Google and Chrome OS lovers the world over. Long have we wanted a really good Chromebook, and been confused time and again by low-end, high cost devices.
Opera to switch to using WebKit for its Android browser